Not being a native speaker I have a good ear for the English language and the language used in the podcast is lacking.
First, Steven is very good and precise. He has a very good command of the English language and is very good at explaining difficult concepts.
Evan is a very eloquent person too.
However, the other guys do not come accross as the smart people they, undoubtedly, are. Some examples, without attributing them to specific presenters:
"stuff" is a poor word to use in any context; it only shows the lack of understanding or vagueness or the presenters knowledge.
"significant" is a word that skeptics should use wisely and rarely. I am not the person who says it can only be used in a statistical context and in its strict scientific definition. But because you guys use it in a scientific context, it should be used correctly.
*Randi*, in one of the old episodes, talked about how poor our language has become - we use words to fill the void rather than to express; when did a table become a matrix? A link a linkage? A method a methodology? the list is endless. Unfortunatly, you guys are guilty of all the things that Randy was criticising.
Anyway, I am in the typical glass house situation but my language skills and my use of words reaches and influences far less people than you guys do every week!